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Ah say... Nice boy but he’s got more nerve than a bum tooth

Post by The Rooster on 03.07.13 14:42

Great post today Blackie. Keep them coming and make sure plenty of goals are scored.  All the best from a wily ol bird

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Post by bobbin on 03.07.13 14:47

@The Rooster wrote:Great post today Blackie. Keep them coming and make sure plenty of goals are scored.  All the best from a wily ol bird
I like the "captain" bit about Payne, being lost somewhere in the shower area 30 mins before kick-off......close to the bone? who knows .spin 

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Post by Newintown on 03.07.13 14:50

@bobbin wrote:
@The Rooster wrote:Great post today Blackie. Keep them coming and make sure plenty of goals are scored.  All the best from a wily ol bird
I like the "captain" bit about Payne, being lost somewhere in the shower area 30 mins before kick-off......close to the bone? who knows .spin 

I didn't like to quote that one, so went for a funny one instead. It's still making me chuckle.

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Post by margaret on 03.07.13 14:57

@Newintown wrote:
@bobbin wrote:
@The Rooster wrote:Great post today Blackie. Keep them coming and make sure plenty of goals are scored.  All the best from a wily ol bird
I like the "captain" bit about Payne, being lost somewhere in the shower area 30 mins before kick-off......close to the bone? who knows .spin 

I didn't like to quote that one, so went for a funny one instead.   It's still making me chuckle.
I'll tell you what, the more l read it the more l find to laugh about, it's fabulous. lol! 


    Says he's cleverer than anyone in the northeast

    Reeks of booze


Verbal blunders attributed to surgeon's error  in 2011 when brain bypassed instead of heart


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Post by Newintown on 03.07.13 15:04

@margaret wrote:
@Newintown wrote:
@bobbin wrote:
@The Rooster wrote:Great post today Blackie. Keep them coming and make sure plenty of goals are scored.  All the best from a wily ol bird
I like the "captain" bit about Payne, being lost somewhere in the shower area 30 mins before kick-off......close to the bone? who knows .spin 

I didn't like to quote that one, so went for a funny one instead.   It's still making me chuckle.
I'll tell you what, the more l read it the more l find to laugh about, it's fabulous. lol! 


    Says he's cleverer than anyone in the northeast

    Reeks of booze


Verbal blunders attributed to surgeon's error  in 2011 when brain bypassed instead of heart


I do wonder if the likes of Mitchell and others who have made £££££££££££s off the back of Madeleine, ever realised they were opening themselves up to so much ridicule 6 years after "the event". Talk about selling your soul to the devil. What is more degrading, making all that dosh off a missing/dead child or being laughed at for 6 long years.

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Post by russiandoll on 03.07.13 15:40

quote Newintown :     I do wonder if the likes of Mitchell and others who have made £££££££££££s off the back of Madeleine, ever realised they were opening themselves up to so much ridicule 6 years after "the event". Talk about selling your soul to the devil. What is more degrading, making all that dosh off a missing/dead child or being laughed at for 6 long years.
  

 selling your soul to the devil would undoubtedly mean the latter, your moral compass has gone so way off that you would clearly be more bothered about feeling humiliated than by having sunk so low that you did the former.

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Post by aiyoyo on 03.07.13 16:17

Oh dear what are the die-hard supporters saying these days? NOTHING!

The tills must be ringing at William Hill, and the odds are stacked heavily in one direction.

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Post by margaret on 03.07.13 16:46


'Khuming For Yu  of the Chinese Perception Centre (CPS'). big grin 

Just loving the CPS acronyms

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Post by PeterMac on 03.07.13 16:50

But Chinese tradition say if rantern wish based on bad information or for money benefit or impure heart then Tao is damage within. So rantern hang in sky for years, waiting for times to change. Then these ranterns come down and bring bad fortune and frickering frames to the impure heart. Such is the way of the Tao. That is what happen yesterday.

When he is good he is very, very good. . .

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Post by Nina on 03.07.13 16:57

@PeterMac wrote:
But Chinese tradition say if rantern wish based on bad information or for money benefit or  impure heart then Tao is damage within. So rantern hang in sky for years, waiting for times to change. Then these ranterns come down and bring bad fortune and frickering frames to the impure heart. Such is the way of the Tao. That is what happen yesterday.

When he is good he is very, very good. . .

He is on a roll today for sure. Very clever.

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Post by Guest on 03.07.13 17:08

I totally agree.
And had some big laughs and giggles ...

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Post by Rufus T on 03.07.13 18:03

Seems that the bureau is on good form today. I might change my name to Khuming For Yu. lol 

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Post by annysmithgold on 03.07.13 18:48

I love this blog. Clever clever clever.

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Post by guest. on 03.07.13 18:55

IMO there seems to me to be more insituations generally (not just from Blacksmith) about the darkest scenario.

Has anybody else noticed or am I reading into things wrong?


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Post by margaret on 03.07.13 19:20

sally66 wrote:IMO there seems to me to be more insituations generally  (not just from Blacksmith) about the darkest scenario.

Has anybody else noticed or am I reading into things wrong?

Regards David Payne? I though the same if so

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Post by guest. on 03.07.13 20:07

@margaret wrote:
sally66 wrote:IMO there seems to me to be more insituations generally  (not just from Blacksmith) about the darkest scenario.

Has anybody else noticed or am I reading into things wrong?

Regards David Payne? I though the same if so

Yes, it has just set my mind wondering

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Post by Beanie on 03.07.13 20:16

Some excellent posts from Blacksmith recently.


Interesting reference to Paynes missing 30 mins as well.

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Post by Beanie on 03.07.13 20:21

@margaret wrote:

'Khuming For Yu  of the Chinese Perception Centre (CPS'). big grin 

Just loving the CPS acronyms

 Me too laughat

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Post by sammyc on 03.07.13 20:24

I've read Blacksmith's blog for ages and find him cryptic and/or boring.  At the moment he is onfire.

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Post by Beanie on 03.07.13 20:46

Weils disease, most commonly caught from rats and water. Another reference perhaps to rats leaving a sinking ship.

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Post by guest. on 03.07.13 22:05

@Beanie wrote:Weils disease, most commonly caught from rats and water. Another reference perhaps to rats leaving a sinking ship.

I thought that straight away - Clarence that's why they recommend you don't go swimming in murky water

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Post by guest. on 03.07.13 22:48

I also found it interesting that Blacksmith insinuated that DW was the only one who told the truth as many of us have thought.

I'm off to have another read of her statements.

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Post by ShuBob on 03.07.13 22:55

There is telling the truth and there is lying by omission. I believe DW has lied by omission.

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Post by aquila on 03.07.13 22:59

@ShuBob wrote:There is telling the truth and there is lying by omission. I believe DW has lied by omission.

 I re-read her rogatory interview last night. There are elements of the rehearsed in it (imo) and  I don't believe she is telling the complete story.

Having said that, the rogatory interviews were completely lame. Nothing probed...bit like a fireside chat.

Just my opinion.

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